“Halfway between the two main California metropolises of Los Angeles and San Francisco is Paso Robles Wine Country. Located along California’s famed Central Coast, the Paso Robles winegrape growing region’s climate is perfect for the production of award-winning premium wines. A long growing season of warm days and cool evenings give rise to vibrantly ripened fruit with dynamic flavor profiles that translate beautifully in your glass of Paso Robles wine”
Paso Robles was 2013 Wine Region of the Year! Read more here!
SAN LUIS OBISPO
“SLO Wine Country includes two small adjoining American Viticultural Areas—the Edna Valley and Arroyo Grande Valley—and other nearby winegrowing areas. Each of these areas shares a unifying proximity to the ocean, as well as to each other. Collectively, these growing conditions forge a unifying wine quality that is native to SLO Wine Country”
SANTA MARIA VALLEY WINE TRAIL
Rolling hills, boutique wines and small town charm in a picturesque valley
Feel like taking the wine trail less travelled? You’ve found your secret spot here in Northern Santa Barbara County. This isn’t just beautiful wine country; it’s a classic slice of California, with fine wine, world-famous barbecue, country roads and little towns where winemakers and cowboys share the same pavement.
Follow this wine trail to sample artisan boutique wines at more than 15 tasting rooms set amid rolling hills, picturesque vineyards and clustered in the town of Santa Maria. Sip award-winning Pinot Noir, as well as Chardonnay and Syrah—some of the varietals that thrive in the region’s unusual climate, with hot days and marine-cooled nights. In the town of Santa Maria, choose from 15 more wineries.